Velmar Pewee Hale Johnson
You Monique Are My Angel - Poem by Velmar Pewee Hale Johnson
Monique, my darling, take heed of my words of love that I now breath into thine ear. Whispers of a future far greater than any past.
Angel, my heart, my soul, my ever faithful love,
ye are my Heaven, my world, my inner peace I seek out
In this world of storms, and turmoil.
Extend to me thine hand so I might feel the skin of an angel.
Let me kiss thine lips, and taste thine nectar of love.
Rest thine head here upon my shoulder, so I might feel thine warmth.
Our souls are intertwined, natures work of pure perfection.
Though we are apart it tis only in body,
for our souls are joined as one, and, never shall they part.
When I lay upon my bed it is thee which I see in my mind
Just before sleep steals away all my thoughts.
Pray tell my love, say ye too see my face before life’s cruel
Sleep sweeps ye away into the dream world.
Here now I place a kiss upon thine brow to seal our love,
Now, and forever.
(Inspired by Billy of Canada, and his fiancée Monique)
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